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Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the First State Democratic Dinner in Dover, Delaware, on March 16.

The Hill writes that when Joe Biden enters the presidential race, it isn’t a given that he will have a ton of support from his former Senate colleagues.

As the piece says, the former vice president served in the Senate for 36 years, but his time overlaps with only 18 Democrats who are still in the upper chamber. Nearly 30 Democrats, most a generation younger than Biden, have never served with the former chairman of the Judiciary and Foreign Relations panels.

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